NHL Playoffs

Today’s voyage through National Hockey League history will be a long one as it begins in the first season played and finishes in 2020. In the over 100 years of memories made on this date, we saw hat tricks, plenty of assists, goaltending milestones and a whole slew of big moments. Let’s get our journey
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If you’re reading this, you’re probably already aware that hockey is the undisputed best sport on the planet. But if you really need some extra convincing, here’s a list of ten things (in no particular order) that make hockey the greatest sport on Earth: 1. It’s Played on a Giant Sheet of Ice Football, basketball,
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The Atlanta Thrashers/Winnipeg Jets franchise is a fairly young organization, having been in existence since just the 1999-00 season when the team underwent its inception into the NHL. As a result, you can probably guess that not many goaltenders have found their way passing through Atlanta or Winnipeg during those years and that their all-time
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The Vancouver Canucks have played a lot better in recent weeks, the only problem being they’ve been unable to pull out wins. Through 22 games, the Canucks have an 8-12-2 record, which puts them in sixth place in the North Division. They also have the fifth-worst point percentage in the league at .409. Through four
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When you think of American hockey, the name Mike Modano is practically a synonym. The Michigan native went on to collect records and accolades throughout his career that have yet to be matched by an American player. For nearly two decades in the NHL, he was a star – in more ways than one. As
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We’re back with a prospect update, and what a week it was for some of the Anaheim Ducks’ prospects! Trevor Zegras earned a call-up to the NHL, and Jamie Drysdale continued his blistering start to professional hockey. Plus, Artyom Galimov is at it again with the highlight-reel plays. It’s time to recap and analyze their performances.
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There’s an old trick called controlling the narrative. Basically, you tell the story before someone else does. It’s time for the Toronto Maple Leafs to take control of the narrative around William Nylander. Or perhaps they already have? Questions surround William Nylander after being benched (Jess Starr/The Hockey Writers) A few weeks ago, the Toronto
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